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  • $299.00
    $269.10
    Wakatsuru Daiginjo Sake 1800ml Bottle

    Wakatsuru Daiginjo Sake 1800ml Bottle

    A premium daiginjo sake from Wakatsuru brewery that is both elegant and dry, presented in a 1.8 litre bottle and gorgeous display box.

    The Wakatsuru Daiginjo is a junmai (made with no added alcohol, only rice water and koji) daiginjo (a super-premium sake where the rice is milled to below 50 percent of its original size).

    Wakatsuru have gone all the way down to a polished level of 38% to make this as delicate as possible. It is quite dry.

    Best served chilled or room temperature and matches with rich dishes.

    The Wakatsuru brewery is located in the Tonami city of Toyama on Honshu, Japan’s main island.

    See the latest sake arrivals here.

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  • $125.00
    $112.50
    Wakatsuru Daiginjo Soshin Sake

    Wakatsuru Daiginjo Soshin Sake

    A premium daiginjo sake from Wakatsuru brewery that is both elegant and dry.

    The Daiginjo Sohin is a junmai (made with no added alcohol, only rice water and koji) daiginjo (a super-premium sake where the rice is milled to below 50 percent of its original size).

    Wakatsuru have gone all the way down to a polished level of 38% to make this as delicate as possible. It is quite dry.

    Best served chilled or room temperature and matches with rich dishes.

    The Wakatsuru brewery is located in the Tonami city of Toyama on Honshu, Japan’s main island.

    See the latest sake arrivals here.

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  • $99.00
    $89.10
    Wakatsuru Ginjo Koshu Kakumei 1996 Vintage Sake

    Wakatsuru Ginjo Koshu Kakumei 1996 Vintage Sake

    A quite remarkable 1996 vintage 20-year-old sake from the Wakatsuru brewery.

    The Kakumei is a ginjo (rice polished to at least 60% of its original size) koshu (an aged sake, at least over a year old) style.

    This has quite a rich palate, but it is still on the drier side.

    Best served chilled or room temperature.

    The Wakatsuru brewery is located in the Tonami city of Toyama on Honshu, Japan’s main island.

    See the latest sake arrivals here.

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  • $95.00
    $85.50
    Wakatsuru Junmai Ginjo Kissui Sake 1800ml Bottle

    Wakatsuru Junmai Ginjo Kissui Sake 1800ml Bottle

    A 1.8 litre bottle of the Kussui sake from from Wakatsuru brewery.

    This Kissui is a junmai (made with no added alcohol, only rice water and koji) ginjo (with the rice polished to at least 60% of its original size).

    Slightly on the drier side, the rice is polished to 55%.

    Best served chilled or room temperature and matches a wide range of food.

    The Wakatsuru brewery is located in the Tonami city of Toyama on Honshu, Japan’s main island.

    See the latest sake arrivals here.

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  • $55.00
    $49.50
    Wakatsuru Junmai Ginjo Kissui Sake

    Wakatsuru Junmai Ginjo Kissui Sake

    A full-bodied but still delicate sake from Wakatsuru brewery.

    This Kissui is a junmai (made with no added alcohol, only rice water and koji) ginjo (with the rice polished to at least 60% of its original size).

    Slightly on the drier side, the rice is polished to 55%.

    Best served chilled or room temperature and matches a wide range of food.

    The Wakatsuru brewery is located in the Tonami city of Toyama on Honshu, Japan’s main island.

    See the latest sake arrivals here.

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  • $85.00
    $76.50
    Wakatsuru Junmai Oyamanishiki Sake 1800ml Bottle

    Wakatsuru Junmai Oyamanishiki Sake 1800ml Bottle

    A 1.8 litre bottle of the Oyamanishiki sake from from Wakatsuru brewery.

    This Oyamanishiki is a junmai (made with no added alcohol, only rice water and koji) and although the rice is polished to below 60 percent, the producer has not specified this as a ginjo.

    A drier style, there’s still a lot of fruit on the palate.

    The rice is polished to 55%.

    Best served chilled or room temperature and matches with rich dishes.

    The Wakatsuru brewery is located in the Tonami city of Toyama on Honshu, Japan’s main island.

    See the latest sake arrivals here.

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  • $49.00
    $44.10
    Wakatsuru Junmai Oyamanishiki Sake

    Wakatsuru Junmai Oyamanishiki Sake

    A fruity but dry sake from Wakatsuru brewery.

    This Oyamanishiki is a junmai (made with no added alcohol, only rice water and koji) and although the rice is polished to below 60 percent, the producer have not specified this as a ginjo.

    A drier style, there’s still a lot of fruit on the palate.

    The rice is polished to 55%.

    Best served chilled or room temperature and matches with rich dishes.

    The Wakatsuru brewery is located in the Tonami city of Toyama on Honshu, Japan’s main island.

    See the latest sake arrivals here.

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  • $189.00
    $170.10
    Wakatsuru Sun Shine 20 Year Old Single Malt (300ml)

    Wakatsuru Sun Shine 20 Year Old Single Malt (300ml)

    A 300ml almost-half sized bottle of the 20-year-old single malt from the little known Wakatsuru Shuzou distillery in Toyama.

    An on-again-off-again producer when it comes to single malt, they have released a very small amount of 20-year-old stock in recent years. Very limited in general, this is rarely seen on Australian soil.

    Though stocks are sparse, Wakatsuru’s own single malt are known to have citrusy, malty notes and at 50% ABV this should be quite thick, perhaps with a hint of smoke.

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  • $549.00
    $494.10
    Wakatsuru Sun Shine 20 Year Old Single Malt

    Wakatsuru Sun Shine 20 Year Old Single Malt

    A 20-year-old single malt from the little known Wakatsuru Shuzou distillery in Toyama.

    An on-again-off-again producer when it comes to single malt, they have released a very small amount of 20-year-old stock in recent years. Very limited in general, this is rarely seen on Australian soil.

    Though stocks are sparse, Wakatsuru’s own single malt are known to have citrusy, malty notes and at 50% ABV this should be quite thick, perhaps with a hint of smoke.

    This particular bottling comes in a 720ml ceramic bottle with wooden gift box.

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  • $39.00
    $35.10
    Wakatsuru Umenosake Umeshu

    Wakatsuru Umenosake Umeshu

    A classic, approachable umeshu from the Wakatsuru brewery.

    Umeshu is made by macerating ume fruits – an Asian fruit related to both the plum and apricot – in alcohol. It is often slightly misrepresented internationally as ‘Japanese plum wine’ (the ume is technically not a plum).

    Wakatsuru have soaked their fruit in sake for over a year to create this Umenosake.

    A versatile drink, it works as a pre-or-post dinner sipper over ice, but the rich fruit sweetness also works as a mixer with soda – or even more complex cocktails.

    We like it chilled over ice.

    The Wakatsuru brewery is located in the Tonami city of Toyama on Honshu, Japan’s main island.

    See the latest sake arrivals here.

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